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WWWorldwide
WWWild World (Animal Crossing video game)
WWWonder Woman (TV show)
WWWeight Watchers International, Inc.
WWWork Wear (various companies)
WWWhite Water (pinball game)
WWWhite Wine
WWWhite Wolf (RPG company)
WWWestwood (video game manufacturer)
WWWaste Water
WWWind Waker (Legend of Zelda video game)
WWWhirlwind (Diablo 2 game)
WWWarrior Within (Prince of Persia video game)
WWWrong Way
WWWerewolf
WWWalla Walla (Washington)
WWWater Works
WWWhite Widow (cannabis strain)
WWWerkloosheidswet
WWWordless Wednesday (website)
WWWoodwork
WWWork Week
WWWest Wing
WWWarm Wishes
WWWorth Watching
WWWoodwind (music)
WWWicklow (Irish car registration)
WWWacky Wednesday
WWWilliam Wallace
WWWorking Women
WWWhale Watching
WWWilly Wonka (movie)
WWWounded Warrior
WWWario Ware (video game)
WWBmibaby (IATA airline code)
WWWashington Wizards (basketball team)
WWWet Weight
WWWally World (Wal-Mart)
WWWrong Word (proofreading)
WWWonderware (industrial automation software)
WWWings West (auto design)
WWWeeping Willow
WWWeather Watch (refers to severe thunderstorm watch or tornado watch)
WWWild Weasel
WWWire Wrap
WWWoWWiki (gaming, World of Warcraft)
WWWest Winds (Singapore band)
WWWilbur Wright
WWWonder of the World (Travian game)
WWWire Wound
WWWizarding World (Harry Potter)
WWWeather Warning
WWWesley Willis (singer/songwriter)
WWWide Window (Lemony Snicket)
WWWario World (video game)
WWWritten Warning (human resources and education)
WWWell Woman (diagnosis)
WWWinchester-Western (ammunition)
WWWhite Wizard (Final Fantasy game)
WWWhite Wolves
WWWrong Window
WWWith Warrants (stock ticker symbol)
WWWet Willy
WWWash & Wax
WWWork Warning
WWWu Wear (clothing line)
WWWar Wizard (Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series)
WWWater Warmer
WWWhere's Willy? (Canadian Currency tracker)
WWWarehouse Warrant
WWWeather Wing
WWWestern Wastes (Everquest)
WWWet Wax (ear)
WWWarrior's Wish (fan site)
WWWebster-Whitcomb (collet lathe)
WWWeek-End Warriors (gaming clan)
WWWool Worths
WWWinchester and Western Railroad Company
WWWebsite Weaver (Golden Orb Technologies)
WWWidth of Wheel
WWWasatch Winds (American Fork, UT)
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In 2002, Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker would release for the Nintendo Gamecube, using a unique cel-shaded art style.
The title blends gameplay elements from The Witness, The Last Guardian and Wind Waker into a fairly satisfying package.
Both games are part of the classic "Wind Waker" lineage featuring cartoon-style graphics (to the extent that their rendition of the hero Link has been informally dubbed "Toon Link"), and the free-flowing art style perfectly captures the games' visual aesthetics.
While not vast, the Wii U does have some noteworthy games in its library, such as Super Smash Bros., Splatoon, and Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD.
Fresh to the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, Hyrule Warriors Legends brings new characters and story elements based on The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Players can cut down entire legions of enemies using over-the-top Dynasty Warriors-style moves with Linkle, Tetra, King Daphnes, and Toon Link.
5: The Legend of Zelda - The Wind Waker HD (Wii U) REMASTERED and presented in 1080p HD, this 2003 cell-shaded fantasy adventure was still an utter delight.
Titles like "Super Mario 3D World," "Pikmin 3" and "The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD" -- along with Wii U versions of many highly sought-after third-party titles -- make the console more attractive compared with the limited number of titles available on the new PlayStation and Xbox.
(The 10-year-old ''The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker,'' which Nintendo remade this year in high definition, is a worthy exception.) But once you take the wheel of your own ship, the Jackdaw, you'll wonder what you've been missing.
RATING: 4/5 THE LEGEND OF ZELDA - THE WIND WAKER HD (Wii U) IT'S a decade since the original Wind Waker blew onto Gamecube, and whipped up an incredible storm by delivering the best game of 2003.
Other iconic Nintendo series like Zelda and Pikmin will also be available in high definition - The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, and so, so many more, are all coming soon to a Wii U near you.
THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: THE WIND WAKER HD Wii U [euro]59.25 When The Wind Waker was first released on the Gamecube 10 years ago, there was outrage.
Not surprisingly given the diversity of people who own the handheld game system, it's a sequel to 2003's "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker," which had a somewhat lighthearted story and cartoonish art style, rather than 2006's much darker "Twilight Princess."